Issues and Challenge of Cyber Safety and Cybercrime
Presently, Cybercrime is one of the major crimes done by computer expert. In this paper, need of cyber security impacts of the cybercrime is clearly mentioned. Cyber security refers providing prevention against the cybercrime. Cybercrime refers that group of activities made by the people by creating disturbance in network, stealing others private information, documents, hacking the bank details and accounts and transferring money. The paper includes types, needs and issues in cyber security, its advantages and disadvantages, history of cybercrime, types of cybercrime.
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